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1712 in France

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1712 in France

Events from the year 1712 in France

Contents

Incumbents

  • Monarch – Louis XIV
  • Events

  • 24 July – Battle of Denain
  • The Cassard expedition
  • Births

  • 15 August – César Gabriel de Choiseul, statesman (died 1785)
  • Deaths

  • 12 January – Jean-Baptiste-Joseph de Coriolis de Villeneuve d'Espinouse, aristocrat (born 1655)
  • 12 February – Marie Adélaïde of Savoy, Dauphine of France (born 1685)
  • 18 February – Louis, Duke of Burgundy, Dauphin of France (born 1682)
  • 22 February – Nicolas Catinat, military officer (born 1637)
  • 8 March – Louis, Duke of Brittany (born 1707)
  • 9 September – Jean Mauger, medallist (born 1648)
  • Full date missing

  • Jean-Baptiste Forest, landscape painter (born 1636)
  • Richard Simon, priest, Oratorian, biblical critic orientalist and controversialist (born 1638).
  • References

    1712 in France Wikipedia


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